Kirsty’s Gin is named after the master distiller at Arbikie, Kirsty Black, who carefully chose local botanicals to represent Arbikie’s unique landscape and surroundings.
The kelp, carline thistle and blaeberries represent the elements of ocean, rock & land that surround our Scottish east coast farmlands.
As farmers since 1660, Arbikie are a true field to bottle operation and perfectly nurture the crops that we use to create this evocative gin.
ON THE NOSE:
Fresh, crisp, black pepper, seaside character.
ON THE PALATE:
Smooth, creamy, floral, citrus, delicate black pepper notes.
Gold Medal, San Francisco International Spirits Awards
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